Surf Report for Wednesday 8th April 2015

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

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Another gorgeous day is dawning over this stretch of the craggy and golden coast of Cornwall, that fat, waning gibbous moon smiling down on us (I googled that; it’s the first stage after a full moon!).
The sky is bright, the air is calm and the sun is bursting over the far horizon with all the enthusiasm of an oversleeping giant.
The surf is small but beautiful, a couple of feet of oilly glass, shaken by a far away storm. A longboard glider’s dream of a wave, shimmering into the high tide peak.
The breeze is likely to continue offshore throughout the day, strengthening as we go into lunchtime, easing again for the after work glide this evening.
Yep, these brighter evenings are making those afterwork surf sessions a dream.
Have a great day!

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Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

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Ah, it is beautiful around here this morning as well but the surf is all but flat again.
There are a couple of tiny lines sliding into the bay ahead of high tide but there’s no more than a shin high ripple to ride.
But if the SUP is calling or you have rod and line to hand with a boat then it should be bliss to slide out into the bay here today. But it’s the other side for some small and shiny, gorgeous surf today.

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:48  (1.2m)              High Tide:  08:23  (6.8m)

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 9th April 2015

The mid-teens wave-period is keeping this swell alive as the wind slips more to the south east, straight offshore against that small but smooth and rhythmic swell.
We can expect more small but beautifully shaped surf throughout the day again today, mini mailboxes’ coming into its own through the lower stages of the tide, a little more oomph to it all as the tide pushes back in.
We are enjoying some very pleasant days with very pleasant waves this week but maybe we are hoping for something a little bigger sometime soon?

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Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

High pressure has taken control this week resulting in much more settled conditions than we have seen for a good while now.
Light winds, mainly offshore breezes, are expected pretty much throughout the week, while a steady, small but sharp and clean little swell slides into our bays and coves.
Longboard gliders are in for a fantastic week while the shortboard shredders might have to pick and choose as they go along.
But there should be waves all the way though, only small but super clean and fun.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!